Exchange students are able to choose from a variety of English-taught Minor Programs. Each Minor is a one semester long set program. Most Minors run every semester, and normally consist of 30 ECTS credits. Please note that it is NOT possible to pick and mix courses from different Minors. In order to be admitted to one of our Minors, we expect students to have a language level of B2 or higher in English (non-native speakers need to include proof of language proficiency in their application documents). Some Minors might also require specific academic or technical skills.
The current Minor Programs offered (as of September 2018):
The Minor Program Advertising & Publishing focuses on the planning, design and production of communications in advertising and publishing. >>read more
The Minor Program App Design and Development provides an introduction and practical experience in interaction design and front-end development for mobile applications. >>read more
Our Audiovisual Media study modules have an emphasis on production and practical approaches, but also a basis in theory. >>read more
The Minor Program Business Analytics focuses on the management and integration of business information which is stored in large heterogeneous and distributed information systems. >>read more
The Minor Program Games Technology provides a sound introduction to the technological facets of game development in theory and practice. >>read more
The Minor Program Integrated Product Design will commence in our summer semester 2019. Students will acquire practical as well as methodical skills in various areas. >>read more
Are you a student with a content-oriented background, e.g. journalism, media and communication, public relations or corporate communications? Then the Minor Program Journalism & Communication Management is the perfect choice for your semester abroad. >>read more
The main emphasis of the Minor Program Media Arts is on developing the understanding of visual concepts and contemporary art work, as well as designing and creating visuals responding to the individual art reception experience. >>read more
The Minor Program Media Creation & Management gives international students the opportunity to gain inside knowledge in creating and capitalizing media. >>read more
The Minor Program Moving Images focuses on media production and moving images with an emphasis on production and practical approaches, as well as a basis in theory.
The Minor Program Online Media Management will give students an overview of international, social, and economic aspects of the media industry. >>read more
Exchange students are welcome to join the courses of our Bachelor's degree Print Media Technologies (taught in English) during their time at HdM. >>read more
The Minor Program Visual Communication is available every winter semester, and focuses on interface and interaction design. >>read more